Understanding Maintenance Laws in India: A Comprehensive Guide for Lawyers and Laypeople Alike.
S Bhambri & Associates in collaboration with Legaleech
Discover your rights to maintenance in India under Section 125 Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.
Contrary to popular belief, maintenance claims can be made not just by wives and children, but also by parents from their children who have sufficient means. In special circumstances, it can be claimed by husbands also.
Whether you are a law student, lawyer, or layperson, it is crucial to understand the law behind maintenance and where to file such a petition.
With a significant rise in cases filed in family courts across India, it is essential to be well-informed.
Our 3-day automated Online workshop is tailored to guide you through the legal process and equip you with the knowledge to assert your rights.
Sign up today and gain the confidence to navigate the legal system with ease.
In our 3 Days automated Workshop over Law on Maintenance in India, we will cover the following important aspects
For the maintenance workshop
Here's what the workshop structure is like:
1st Session – 1 Hour with Q & A
2nd Session-1 Hour with Q & A
3rd Session- 1 Hour with Q & A
A few of our cases are explained below
Case 3 - In favour of Wife & Children
Case 5 - In Favour of Husband
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